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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta CHINOOK TOUM CHRISTMAS In DISNIYLAND Space tourt- CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CINTNE VILLAGE MALL _____ PHOMMMM1 A DEAL'S s NO DEAL g JF THE DEALER'S S NOT AROUND i NEXT YEAR. x-The Herald- Sports When something nice happens to someone nice and it is all it tends to make me feel good. I can say I knew that person and I couldn't be happier that good fortune has seen fit to smile on them. What I'm trying to say is news from down east this week lists Barbara Home as one of Canada's top 10 women golfers. in the news item they credit Calgary with being her home town. Barbara now lives in but home is right here in Lethbridge. Barb is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Home of 101 Corvette Crescent and prouder parents you will have a hard time tracking down. Miss Home's name is right up there with the likes of Marlene Betty Gayle Borthwick and the rest of the best. Barb worked hard for what she has gotten from golf and it is good to see recognition coming her way. Truly one of the nice amateur athletes around today she is good and according to Mike the former golf professional at the Lethbridge Country she can only get better. It's no secret she completely dominated the women's golf scene while a Lethbridge resident. She didn't stop however. This past year she ran away from the field in the Calgary city championship and should be all the harder to dethrone next year. Miss Home was the city champion in Lethbridge on at least four occasions. I'm not kidding when I say it is hard to keep track of all the titles she won while playing out of the Coulee Course. It always struck me just the that she played her best particularly in at Henderson Lake. If her competition let her get a jump on them down it was all over. She tore the Lake apart. She could never understand why. But I could. It is no insult to tell you she hits the ball with all the authority of her male counterparts and at the it is long and mostly straight. It fits her style of play to a tee. It has to be hard for a young woman like Miss Home to re- main as modest as she really is. I mean it. When you start beating the britches off all the competition at 17 or 18 you have all you can handle keeping away from a swelled head. Maybe Miss Home is somewhat different. She didn't have time to be concerned about publicity because she was always trying to improve her game. I don't think despite all the titles she did she ever say that was She always seemed to find one or two little things about her game she wanted to work on. Maybe that's Barb Home of Lethbridge is listed in the top 10 women golfers in Canada. All that hard work is paying off. It would be nice to see her name atop the list with a Canadian amateur championship to her credit. That would just about fill her trophy case wouldn't it Yet another Ram makes good. Allan who played under Jim Whitelaw at Lethbridge Collegiate was selected to the All-Canada college football team this week. Shemanchuk toiled with the University of Alberta Golden Bears as a tackle. With the solid football material Whitelaw produces each year it is no wonder he got his dander up recently when it was announced Calgary won the Alberta high school title after defeating Edmonton. As Jim put be fair about His club went un- beaten in the Southern Alberta High School League this past fall and he would like a crack at the provincial title. Right on Jim. CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CATCATCAT b 5 3 3 Don't be surprised if a lot of dealers fall off the bandwagon this year. You here today gone tomorrow. Point Arctic Cat's gonna be around for a long Hrne. Same wtth Cat dcwtora. Like ua. So don't get stuck with an over- the-hill snowmobile. With no place to go for parts and service. stick with the winner. Somebody who'll be here today-AND tomorrow. The one and only Cat. And us. S 8 S S ________8 LETH BRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 17-2nd t. ffmMttT.MM C CATCATCATCAICATCATCAIUT CAT CAT a Happens all the time Little five-year old Ted bottom 500th National Hockey League goal. Also in the picture seems to find things ordinary and yawns during cele- are Mrs. Nancy and Michael 10. brations in recognition of his Frank and his players were no explanations Wednesday By GLENN COLE fMUlM Press Staff Writer November started off well for Los Angeles but since the Kings' 2-1 win over. New York Rangers on Nov. things have gone from bad to worse for coach Bob Pulford's club. whose hair has be- come grayer since he took over the club last didn't want to offer any explanations of his team's effort Wednes- day as they dropped a 54 deci- sion to Montreal Canadians in one of four National Hockey League games. Toronto Maple Leafs came from behind to nip Pittsburgh Penguins Boston Bruins and Chicago Black Hawks played to a 3-3 tie and it was California Golden Seals 5 Minnesota North Stars 1. Reporters were grouped around the Los Angeles dress- ing room moments after the Kings had dropped their sev- enth game in their last eight outings and their ninth contest in 12 games this month. Los Angeles has won including the victory over New York and tied the Rangers 5-5 last Saturday. The reporters waited and waited lor Pulford to emerge from the security of his team's dressing quarters and after a 25-minute be did. can go in Pulford told those that had stayed around. Those that went in found all the players had deserted the room and when they turned around to look for he too had disappeared. thought they worked hard said Montreal coach Scotty Bowman in analyzing the Kings' effort. got off to a bad start. The first four shots we had were For the first time this Summaries FRIDAY Day at The OEUfflMTOMTYlE Succulent of Cod Breaded and deep 4 n fried to perfection at i I U ttMZENPUMP Butter fried deep fried...... breaded and 2.60 CMMCE AVftTEni 2.60 With critp breaded coating trench fries cote slow and our own special Seafood Sauce.. .'of course. ef yew otMtae to RESTMRHMT Mi Sit. CHICAGO BOSTON 3 First Period 1. Esposito 24 Penalty Russell Second Period 2. Tallon 5 Penalties Orr Jarrett TMrd Period 3. Hodge 17 4. Pappin 5 5. Smith 3 6. Tallon 6 Penalties Sanderson Orr misconduct on goal by Beaton 10 4 9-31 Chicago 5 13 1 MONTREAL 5. LOS ANQELES 3 First Period 1. Los Angetos. Venasky 6 2. P. Mahovlich 9 3. Montreal. Lapointe 2 4. Lafleur 9 5. P. Mahovlich 10 6. LOS Rota 5 7. Montreal. Lapointe 3 F. Penalty Harper Second Period No scoring. Penalties Long Lefley too many men served by Lafleur TMrd 8. Nevin 8 Penalties Long LA Robinson M Lefley M Shots on goal by Angetee 5 10 17-32 Montreal 12 14 34 Canada trounced Nicaragua A 7-1 victory over Canada Wednesday gave the United States its sixth straight win in the World Amateur Baseball Champioaship. In 14 Puerto Rico beat Mexico 2-1. tt was Mex- ico's sixth straight loss and ve Potrto Rico a 5-1 record CALIFORNIA MINNESOTA 1' First Period 1. Lafrombolse 3 2. Gllbertson 4 Penalties ma- jors O'Brien Patrick Cat Bench served by Mott Second. Period No scoring. Penalties Bergman O'Brien Bergman McKechnie Third Period 3. Boldirev .7 4. Laframboise 4 5. Goldsworthy 13 6. McKechnie 5 Penalty McKay on goal by Minnesota...........6 6 California ...........9 7 13-29 TORONTO 4. PITTSBURGH 3 Flret Period 1. Thompson 3 2. Pitt- Apps 7 Penalties Sittler Turnbull Second Period 3. Apps 4. McDonough 9 5. McKenny 6 Penalties Sittler Polls Blanchln ThM Period 6. Toronto. Kehoe 5 7. Ellis 4 Penalties Pelyk. Beverley Watson Neely Shock Shots on goal by Toronto.............7 10 PIHsliMili........... 11 10 7-30 the Canadiens had a good first period at home. only had six goals in all our other Bowman said. is our 10th game. second period been our big period this season. we've out- scored the opposition 27-12 in the The win helped make Frank Mahovlich Night a success. Mahovlich was presented with a set of special minted to mark the 1076 Summer Olympic Games in as part of a celebration mark- ing his 500th goal in NHL play. Mahovlich got the goal in a game against Vancouver Ca- nucks late last March. a 35-year-old na- tive of now in his 17th year in the did not score in Montreal's win but his brother Peter had two goals as did defenceman Guy Lapointe. In a power-play goal by Ron Ellis at of the third period capped a three- goal rally that gave the Maple Leafs their win over Pitt- sDurgn. ElDs got the winning goal only four seconds after referee Art Skov had penaliz- ed Pittsburgh's Bryan Watson for holding Errol Thompson. In the final minute of the Toronto's Eddie Shack was sent off for using an il- legal stick but the Penguins could not get the tying goal past goalie Eddie Johnston. Prior to the Toronto announced it had sent winger Pierre Jarry to Detroit Red Wings in exchange for winger Tim Ecclestone. Both players are to report to their new clubs Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Didi Dorigattl 297. Dora Blue 217. Etste Bogden Ethel Harker Ruth Laurie 283. Shari Williams 200. Karen Taylor Judy Shoemaker Sandra Bradley 203. SHO _ continued unde- feated in the tournament beat- ing Costa Rica but re- mained a Itt games behind the United States. Nicaragua has won three. Canada today will face Nicaragua and the United States will play Puerto Rico. NEW HEAD COACH SASKATOON Paul a 32-year-old teacher at Mount Royal Collegiate In has toad toon Hilltops of the Manitoba Saskatchewan Junior Football it was 'today. Jen Hegf 200 Mary 290 Olga LaRocque Isabelle Bergman 288 Grace van Dyk Alma Tolley 245. QOHDIES Cec Beaudry 340 Jim Mora 324 Fred Master 363 BM Hamilton Jack Smeed Ken Larson Bruno Baeeda 296 Mike Tobo 277 Bob Thompson 275. Jim Hlga 276 L.C.C. Albert Hefner Nofrn Staler Gordon Engofhart 240. Murray Sanders 202 Clay Richardson Helen Weett 275 KOI Kova Andy Krarswekl 230 Frances Ed Krajewtkl 213. _ Zena 243 Lorraine Klrchner 24S Joyce KOMa Jeanerte Smeed 203 Jean Larko 203 Loretta Sanoberg Marg Smith 316 Jo Rots 241. Bea Salmon 253 Betty Beaudry Grace Beard 323 Linda Molcomaon 292 FflWAT NMHT MUD Jack Guenther Angele Morrison LucMe Berby Ed Bogden 200. Chortle Klety Fran Bwienok Bar- irvtri Hihry rtWy 200U YJJ.C. JfltS BOYS Darren Selbel Stephen Cralggs 197. Robert McCracken Kerry Swaren Kevin Chakl Danny Svoboda Craig ENts Bruce Gray Brent BaMrey 121. V.B.C. BANTAM Don TlnoreH 190. Lea Merttam Mark Wright Mike ToMay Qeraw Saceardo drea acheefrr Geof Krokosh Greg McCoHurn 107. RueoeK Derkoen Bruce VlroMek Edwin 'Bunion 177. HOLIDAY BOWL Lorretta Karbonlk Marino Repuerw Betty Otwwn 270 Emma UrMrMher Jack Unwrttner Ed Rmiitll UHITM Couptand Berntce Hartey 245. Em Davis 234. Stttfuk 255. LtTHMIDOl OFFICE FUNMT LTVi HOME AND OFFICE SAPIt. New England i looking back THE CANADIAN PRESS New England World Hockey Association defending tvddenly become cautious Witching bis team's lead In the East Division shrink to a mere two points over Quebec coach Ron Ryan has decided that some changes are required. HeTs especially apprehen- sive because tonight the Whalers are host to Gordie Howe and the Houston who are but surely climbing toward top spot in the West. Ryan plans to unveil three new lined as he strives for more consistent scoring punch. The Aeros settled for a 4-4 overtime tie with Winnipeg Jets Wednesday while in the only other Andy Bathgate's Vancouver Blazers defeated Minnesota Fighting Saints 5-3. But back to the Ryan's realignment will have Larry Pleau at centre for Don Blackburn and Tom Tom Sheeny between Hugh Harris and Mike Byers and Tommy Williams flanked by Al Karlaader and John French. 0ie centre John Dauby and Tom Earl and Bob Charlebois will remain in- tact. think I'll use the Sheeny line against the Howe Ryan said. don't plan to shadow but we want a solid two-way effort from our tyan will also have to con- centrate on'Aeros' winger Frank who took over the scoring lead Wednesday night with two goals against the Jets. The game ended a dis- astrous road trip for the Jets who earned only two points in 11 games. There was no major con- frontation between the two most illustrious players on the Howe of the Aeros and Bobby Hull of the Jets. still the same clever player he always Hull said of who picked up two including a pin- point pass to Hughes for the tying goal. Elks easy 10-1 victors Lethbridge Midget Elks scored four times in each of the first and third periods to. romp to a 10-1 Southern Alberta Juvenile League vic- tory over Standard Lions Wednesday evening. Scott in his first year with the scored three times for. the winners. Rick Weist added a pair while singles went to Lome Bob Mike Mark Baldry and Dave Jackson. Ron Simonon replied for Standard in the se- cond period. in Vauxhall the Lethbridge Warriors belted the host club 7-1 in another league encounter. 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